The Boston Planning and Development Agency will host a public meeting and an impact advisory group (IAG) meeting this month for Wingate Companies’ six-story, 115-unit residential building at 95 St. Alphonsus St.
The public meeting will take place July 10 at 6 p.m. at 670 Huntington Ave. while the IAG meeting will take place at the same location on July 17 at 6 p.m.
An IAG is a City-appointed group of residents and other stakeholders that advise the City on potential impacts of building projects. The member of the St. Alphonsus St. development IAG are Ellen Moore, David Welch, Katie Genovesse, Gary Walling, Richard Giordano, Chad Rosner, Patricia Flaherty, Mitch Hilton, and Richard Rouse.
The project is planned to be built behind Wingate’s residential building The Longwood at 1575 Tremont St. and would be fittingly called The Longwood II Residences. The proposed building would replace a 175-space parking garage and would have 40 studios, 35 one-bedrooms, 10 one-bedrooms with den, and 30 two-bedrooms. Thirteen percent (15 units) would be affordable, which is the minimum under the City’s affordable-housing policy.